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    You work in a long-term care facility and have noticed that several of the residents on Medicaid assistance have been getting less care than private pay residents. There are no legal issues, but you are concerned about those residents not getting adequate care.

    a) Would you go to the manager with your concerns?

    b) Would you speak with your fellow employees?

    c) Would you speak with the residents about their concerns?

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    If I noticed that residents of the longer term care facility seemed to be getting different levels of care, based on how the facility is paid, I would address the situation but would try to be very discreet and choose questions carefully.

    a). I would go to the nurse manager with my concerns, as the manager is typically the one ...

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    This job assesses the care of residents of the longer term care facility.

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